Mohammed Alloush, leader of the Syrian opposition delegation at the Geneva peace talks, said the Syrian President Bashar Assad is leaving office after four months in compliance with the International resolutions which stipulate forming a transitional body with full executive powers.
“The Assad regime was forced to accept the political transition . still, he desperately tries to evade it just like it did with previous initiatives”, Alloush told the media.
“Our aim is crystal clear: forming a fully-fledged governing body without Assad or any of his regime”, the Islamist negotiator added, accusing the Syrian Armed Forces of violating the ceasefire.
Mohammed Alloush is the chief negotiator of opposition delegation who leads the peace talks with representatives of the Syrian government in Geneva. Alloush is a member of the Saudi-backed Army of Islam; a coalition of Islamist and Salafist units fighting the government troops in Syria, mainly Damascus countryside.